One of my HDs has the partitions D:, G:, and N:. D: contains all my programs. Since a few days ago, at every computer boot or restart of Windows (Win XP, SP3), the computer does a 'consistency check' for D:. No bad sectors are ever found and Win is loaded fine and working properly.
What could this recurring check mean?
Posted: November 18th, 2011, 12:27pm
It could mean that your harddrive is dying. If it is an older drive, I would buy a new one and transfer all of your files to it.